Young people between the ages of 13 and 29 years old this summer, look into summer employment, say that the proper precautions against the spread of the corona virus take a back seat to a good rate of pay. However, let the majority know that they have a commitment to the health and safety regulations and health and safety regulations. This is evidenced by the annual survey of summer employment by the trade union FNV, the Young and the the United.
as Of the Wednesday results show, that three-fourths of the interviewed young people, when they have to choose between a well-paid job with an employer who is not a coronamaatregelen and a working poor a job at a place where there are guidelines, the first option would be to go.
That means, according to the study, that the respondents do not attach importance to the coronamaatregelen; this is the case for 61 per cent, however, is the case. It is also among this group a strong commitment to adhere to the standards, as well as on the shop floor to apply.
A quarter of the young people said very little good to see in the coronamaatregelen, but this is, nevertheless, still on it. As a group, 15 per cent said they did not have to be the health and safety guidelines to keep.
Young people are mostly looking for vacation work in order to be able to save some money. Go shopping and have money for a vacation, to follow at an appropriate distance. Apart from the financial aspect the respondents would like to be useful. Work experience and do not own home, are even more important.